#include <allegro5/allegro_font.h> void al_do_multiline_text(const ALLEGRO_FONT *font, float max_width, const char *text, bool (*cb)(int line_num, const char *line, int size, void *extra), void *extra)
For every line that this function splits text into the callback cb will be called once with the following parameters:
- line_num - the number of the line starting from zero and counting up
- line - a pointer to the beginning character of the line (see below)
- size - the size of the line (0 for empty lines)
- extra - the same pointer that was passed to al_do_multiline_text
Note that line is not guaranteed to be a NUL-terminated string, but will merely point to a character within text or to an empty string in case of an empty line. If you need a NUL-terminated string, you will have to copy line to a buffer and NUL-terminate it yourself. You will also have to make your own copy if you need the contents of line after cb has returned, as line is not guaranteed to be valid after that.
If the callback cb returns false, al_do_multiline_text will stop immediately, otherwise it will continue on to the next line.
|Allegro reference manual|